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Archived press releases from March 2010

MAR31NWC appoints new library directorTim Schlak, a Ph.D. candidate in library and information science at the University of Pittsburgh, has been named director of Ramaker Library.
MAR26Award-winning violinist to perform at NWCAward-winning violinist Jessica Mathaes, granddaughter of longtime NWC staff member Paul Muyskens, will present a guest recital on April 16.
MAR26
Steve Martin comedy to be staged
Steve Martin comedy to be staged"Picasso at the Lapin Agile," written by comedian and actor Steve Martin, will be presented by Northwestern College theatre April 15–17 and 22–24.
MAR25Rawlins Piano Trio to present recitalThe Rawlins Piano Trio will present a recital on April 7 in Northwestern’s Christ Chapel.
MAR25
Vocalist to be featured at Noteables concert
Vocalist to be featured at Noteables concertKrista Joyce will be the featured vocalist when The Noteables, the jazz ensemble of the U.S. Air Force Heartland of America Band, performs at NWC on April 10.
MAR25
Van Engen to speak at NWC
Van Engen to speak at NWCDr. Charles Van Engen, a professor at Fuller Theological Seminary, will speak in chapel services April 6-7.
MAR25
NWC and Dordt ensembles to perform April 9
NWC and Dordt ensembles to perform April 9The Women’s Choirs of Northwestern and Dordt colleges will present a concert with the Northwestern College Chamber Orchestra on April 9.
MAR22
The Noteables jazz ensemble to perform
The Noteables jazz ensemble to performThe Noteables, the jazz ensemble of the U.S. Air Force Heartland of America Band, will present a concert on April 10.
MAR22
Service project featured in Mississippi newspaper
Service project featured in Mississippi newspaperThe NWC service team that assisted Mendenhall Ministries over spring break installed what is believed to be the first working solar panel in Simpson County.
MAR22
Service team makes front page of Mississippi newspaper
Service team makes front page of Mississippi newspaperThe NWC service team that assisted Mendenhall Ministries over spring break made front-page news by installing what is believed to be the first working solar panel in Simpson County.
MAR18
NWC to host Ancient Hebrew Drama Festival
NWC to host Ancient Hebrew Drama FestivalNorthwestern's theatre department is hosting an Ancient Hebrew Drama Festival on Sunday, April 11.
MAR16B.S.N. program earns state board approvalNorthwestern’s nursing department has received full approval from the Iowa Board of Nursing following a site visit last fall.
MAR12
NWC playwrights to present original one-acts
NWC playwrights to present original one-actsNorthwestern students will present eight new plays during the 15th annual World Premiere Festival March 26-27.
MAR11Leadership conference to feature best-selling authorAuthor and Christian activist Shane Claiborne will be the keynote speaker at Northwestern’s College Leadership Conference April 9-10.
MAR10
NWC to host Ethnic Fair March 27
NWC to host Ethnic Fair March 27Members of Northwestern’s International Club will give area residents the opportunity to experience different cultures during the annual Ethnic Fair on March 27.
MAR10
NWC to host Ethnic Fair March 27
NWC to host Ethnic Fair March 27Members of Northwestern’s International Club will give area residents the opportunity to experience different cultures during the annual Ethnic Fair on March 27.
MAR10
VanDerWerff publishes article in Perspectives
VanDerWerff publishes article in PerspectivesDr. Jeff VanDerWerff, associate professor of political science, is the author of an article about evangelicals in politics published in a recent issue of Perspectives.
MAR10Tim Brown to speak in chapelThe Rev. Dr. Tim Brown, president and the Henry Bast Professor of Preaching at Western Theological Seminary in Holland, Mich., will speak in chapel on March 31.
MAR10
Hielkema to perform student recital
Hielkema to perform student recitalJunior Katie Hielkema of Columbus, Ohio, will present a flute recital on March 28.
MAR10NWC hires director of capital givingJackie Davis, executive director of development at Dakota Wesleyan University, will begin her new role as Northwestern's director of capital giving on July 1.
MAR8
English department to sponsor poetry slam
English department to sponsor poetry slamNorthwestern's English department and the Orange City Arts Council will sponsor "El Gato Negro," a poetry slam, on March 20.
MAR8NWC to host Hawk Nelson's Live Life Loud TourNorthwestern will host the Live Life Loud Tour, featuring Hawk Nelson with Group 1 Crew and A Road Less Traveled, at the Rowenhorst Student Center on Saturday, April 17, at 7:30 p.m.
MAR4
Pianist to present guest recital
Pianist to present guest recitalDr. Ryan Fogg, director of keyboard studies at Carson-Newman College, will present a guest recital on March 17.
MAR4
Senior art majors to exhibit work
Senior art majors to exhibit workThree senior art majors will display their work March 19 through April 2 in Te Paske Gallery.
MAR4
Michael Kelly Blanchard to visit
Michael Kelly Blanchard to visitChristian singer, songwriter and storyteller Michael Kelly Blanchard will be a guest speaker and performer at NWC March 22-23.
MAR3
Choir to present home concert
Choir to present home concertFollowing a spring break tour in Eastern Europe, Northwestern's A cappella Choir will present its home concert on March 19.
MAR3Day of Learning to focus on Christianity and pop culturePreacher and pop culture commentator Dr. Jeffrey Keuss will keynote Northwestern’s Day of Learning in Community on March 24.
MAR1
Projects sought for NWC Day of Service
Projects sought for NWC Day of ServiceNorthwestern is currently soliciting local projects for its second annual Day of Service on April 17.

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